Any other calendar year, the initial Monday in May perhaps would locate Anna Wintour perched atop the Metropolitan Museum of Artwork stairs in couture — presiding above a star-studded Achieved Gala that would dominate the news cycle for times.
This 2020 extravaganza was likely to be particularly poignant. With the concept “About Time: Trend and Length,” the gala was to mark the museum’s a hundred and fiftieth anniversary. But like each big celebration in the latest months, it has been postponed thanks to the coronavirus pandemic.
Meanwhile, Wintour, who is both the Vogue editor-in-main and creative director of publisher Condé Nast — as effectively as the name at the rear of the Met’s Anna Wintour Costume Center — has discovered herself in the headlines for less savory causes.
Previous 7 days, an excerpt from previous Vogue editor-at-big André Leon Talley’s memoir, “Chiffon Trenches,” revealed that he has been left with